The practice of yin yoga is a sequence of long-held passive postures that nourish our body’s connective tissue. As postures are held the sensation moves deeper into the body, allowing for profound release. The practice of yin can quiet the mind, heal injuries and infuse the body with a calm energy. Think slow, softening, deepening, melting….Poses are held anywhere from 1 to 5 minutes. This two hour practice will include a gentle warm-up, a full yin practice and a long savasana.
Saturday, April 3, 10 am – 12 pm
Friday, April 30, 4:30 – 6:30 pm
My friend Barb and I have talked about intertwining art, labyrinth and yoga for a long time. All three activities require introspection; indeed the more you tap into your own being the more you tap into universal intelligence and creativity. Come create, walk and move with us Thursday evening, April 15 at Open-Ended, Hamilton’s new expressive arts studio. Barb will be leading us through painting mandala, and walking the labyrinth (outside if weather permits!). Yoga will be threaded into the evening to reconnect with the body/breath and release any paintbrush tension 😉